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<p>Having just entered its test phase a few weeks ago, the hype for the full release of Netease’s latest mobile shooter, Disorder, has been slowly building. A team-based online shooter set in a dystopian 2030, it depicts a world ruled by rival factions. "Pale Knights" and "Cadaver Unit" were the first of these revealed, but a new tease recently shed light on two members of the new Ghost Puppet faction: Beretta and Enfield.</p>
<p>There’s a good chance the first game you ever played on your original iPhone was the chaotic Fruit Ninja game from Halfbrick Studios. Now they’re ready to release Fruit Ninja 2 worldwide on iOS and Android.</p><p>The game’s core gameplay is pretty similar to how you remember it the first time round. You’re a ninja who’s job it is to slice up the fruit that comes you way using intuitive one finger controls that made the original so popular in the first place. This time, there are additional mini games and real-time competitive matches to shake things up as you compete with other ninjas from around the world.</p><p>Fruit Ninja 2 is packed with a lot of new content that’ll keep you playing for months. Alongside the new mini games and competitive online matches, there’s also a whole heap of new characters, new blades, a massive range of power ups to unlock, and even a garden to grow. It’s a lot more fleshed out than the original, and it just goes to show how much innovation can occur within a decade.</p>
The Hunter's Journals - Pale Harbour Mod The Hunter's Journals - Pale Harbour v1.20 Features:The Hunter's Journals - Pale Harbor - an interactive novel on android, in which you will go on an exciting journey to the city, which is located near the sea and your task will unravel all its secrets. They say that in this town people have started to disappear, your mission is to find out the true truth of these incidents.<p>Kanso is an upcoming hyper-casual game from developer Dave Sapien who you may be familiar with from his previous title Mona Lisa. Kanso is intended to be a Zen experience for iOS that Sapien also describes as being a hyper-casual version of Super Hexagon and presumably far less chaotic.</p><p>The game itself is inspired by the Zen calligraphy practice Ensô, which is where people paint a circle onto a blank sheet of paper, with the idea being this provides a moment of peace from the hustle and bustle of daily life.</p><p>This practice will be mirrored in Kanso's gameplay then and will see players tracing their finger around a circle that appears on the screen. Each level will have a different shape to follow and there will also be guiding energy Daemons to avoid. These all follow predictable movement patterns so it's unlikely to present any real challenge, but that's not the point after all.</p><p>Instead, pausing for these guiding energies is intended to be a reminder for the player to breathe, which is another big aspect to Kanso. The game will encourage you to breathe regularly throughout your journey in an attempt to lower your heart rate and reduce stress.</p><p>[This article was originally published on our sister site PocketGamer.biz.]If you're a developer currently working on a game for mobile, wearables, VR, or handheld devices, here's your chance to grab a couple of tickets (worth $600) to Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki free of charge.</p><p>The catch? There is one but it's all good, really.</p><p>To qualify you need to feature in our next Very Big Indie Pitch, which is taking place during the conference on 7-8 September.</p><p>And you'll need to hurry because the remaining slots are limited (and filling up fast!).</p>What is it?<p>The Very Big Indie Pitch is the bigger brother of our regular BIP event, which sees indie developers engage in a speed-dating-styled pitching competition for fame (oh, and a promotional prize worth $thousands).</p><p>It's a fun but hotly contested event that has proved a genuine game-changer for teams in the past.</p><p>[img id="60278" caption="The happy winners of our Gamescom 2015 Big Indie Pitch"]</p><p>You can get a pretty decent lowdown here (PDF pack download).</p>What are the rules?You can pitch games for mobile, smartwatch, VR, and handheldYou can pitch your game even if you've pitched it at a previous BIPWe prefer to see unreleased games, though we're happy to see games that are out tooOne submission only per developer/teamEach successful applicant gets two free PGC Helsinki developer tickets (worth $600) - additional tickets for other team members are discountedEven if your application is not successful you'll still get a discount!Deadline for entries is midnight 21st August 2015 (but the sooner, the better - entry details below)How do you register?<p>If you're good to go then submit your details and game here</p><p>The remaining slots will fill up fast, so don't delay. (Should you need to, you can register with the PG.biz Business Network in order to enter.)</p><p>All submissions will be notified if they are successful in their application to pitch at the event.</p><p>We'll leave you with some top tips on how to prepare for the Big Indie Pitch and look forward to seeing you in Helsinki.</p>
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<p>OptiFlight is an interesting take on the strategy mobile genre. Here, you're not fighting enemies, spreading illnesses, or directing armies, none of that – your goal is instead to direct air traffic and make sure flights reach their destination. So if you ever wanted to be an air traffic controller, here's your sample size of it.</p><p>Scheduling flights is a huge aspect of the game. By scheduling, you need to make sure that each flight is going off at the proper times, or there might be some confusion. This is especially important when flights are heading overseas from the United States, for example, considering the distance of the trip.</p><p>The game's aesthetic looks very simple in that you see a bunch of lines with different colours on a map. As you likely guessed, the lines are each plane's flight pattern. </p><p>This actually looks pretty cool, as the map shows the exact spots of most cities in the world, and different colours of the lines seem pleasing to the eyes. However, OptiFlight is not going to be a walk in the park when it launches. </p><p>For starters, you have to make sure no flight intersects with another, which is common sense, but if you aren't careful, you'll fail the job. You also have to take weather conditions into account as well and determine whether it's safe to fly or not. </p><p>With all of these decisions to keep in mind, it makes for an interesting brain workout. It's also a unique view on the strategy sim genre. </p><p>One of the cool features you can expect to see is the ability to test your air trafficking skills around the time of certain events such as the Olympics. There's no word on what other events will be included, but one has to imagine that the World Cup, Super Bowl, or The Masters could be possibilities.</p><p>OptiFlight is scheduled to release on March 18, exclusively for iOS. </p>Love games that put your brain to work? Then take a look at the top 25 strategy games for iPhone and iPad.
ONCE UPON A TIME, when the Sun announced his intention to take a wife, the Frogs lifted up their voices in clamor to the sky. Jupiter, disturbed by the noise of their croaking, inquired the cause of their complaint. One of them said, "The Sun, now while he is single, parches up the marsh, and compels us to die miserably in our arid homes. What will be our future condition if he should beget other suns?'
Amid the laughter that followed Mrs. Doctor Dave urged Captain Jim to stay and have supper with them.
Ink would have seemed more black and damned here!